On the Move: Blog

We’re growing as fast as the industry we have pioneered.
Here’s what we’ve been doing lately.

Post-Breach Survival Guide for Consumers

Retail security breaches have continued to make news with reports of over 110 million customers’ financial and personal information potentially being compromised. While those stories may be yesterday’s news, the ramifications will be long lasting and require consumers to be proactive in protecting their financial…

Posted January 28, 2014 by   |  READ MORE

Top Trends in Retail Innovation

So far, 2014 is a year of record cold and snow, but the temperature’s warmer than ever when it comes to online commerce, especially in terms of security. U.S. mobile commerce sales rose 63 percent in 2013, with domestic online sales expected to reach $370…

Posted January 27, 2014 by   |  READ MORE

Winner!: Lloyds Bank with FreedomPay and Microsoft

FreedomPay Helps Lloyds Bank Win Second Microsoft Digital Wallet Event On the heels of a win with Barclays at the first Digital Wallet Foundry event, FreedomPay assisted Lloyds Bank with with Incentives and Mobile Payments components of their innovative, award-winning app at the second #DWF…

Posted May 2, 2013 by   |  READ MORE

Microsoft and FreedomPay Partner on Mobile

Microsoft considers themselves to be a devices and services company, not a payments company. They don’t want to be a payments company, but they know that payments will be an enabler for Microsoft devices and services. Microsoft knows that the right payments platform will help…

Posted April 2, 2013 by   |  READ MORE

Barclays Wins with FreedomPay

Barclays takes the crown at Digital Wallet Foundry (Article from Finextra) A seven man team from Barclays Bank, using tools from Freedom Pay and their own Pingit mobile payments app, emerged with top honours at Microsoft’s week long Digital Wallet Foundry hack-a-thon in London. Read…

Posted March 22, 2013 by   |  READ MORE

Payments is an Information Business

In my teens, I remember TV commercials for Yellow Pages in the UK. The publication would list local retailers by category, and then you could call to see if the retailer had the item in stock. Maybe if they were a ‘nice retailer’ they would…

Posted March 12, 2013 by   |  READ MORE


Ready to learn more?